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The Atonement: In Its Relations to the Covenant, the Priesthood, the Intercession of Our Lord

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The Atonement is the most significant contribution to the Christian church by Hugh Martin, an author of extraordinary penetration and great power. At a time when the preaching of the cross has been displaced from many pulpits by talk about...


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The Atonement is the most significant contribution to the Christian church by Hugh Martin, an author of extraordinary penetration and great power. At a time when the preaching of the cross has been displaced from many pulpits by talk about man, and where experience-orientated theology has come to reign, Martin's exposition of the atonement is a book that demands attention. The great distinctive feature of The Atonement is the emphasis it places on the importance of a covenant perspective, and its focus on the work of Christ as priest. Martin was adamant that these are essential to the right interpretation and proclamation of the doctrine of the atonement. In these pages the author also exposes the mis-steps in theology that empty the cross of its meaning and power. In doing so he notably expounds the concept of the double imputation of sin and righteousness, devastatingly exposes the weaknesses of the theology of F. W. Robertson, and treats the relationship between the atonement and the moral law. Hugh Martin was a man who thought through the truth from first principles, always sensitive to the text of Scripture. His writings are characterised by a powerful, original, compelling, sometimes blazing light and gospel logic that demands and requires the closest attention and reflection. The way in which he penetrates to the heart of the work of Christ and then expounds the gospel out of its true centre calls for our best thinking and humblest spirits. For anyone who wants to learn what it is to think about Christ's atonement these pages will open up new vistas and indeed whole panoramas that will, when gazed on with a loving and humble mind, fill the heart with love and praise.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 388759
  • Product Code 9781848712911
  • ISBN 184871291X
  • EAN 9781848712911
  • Pages 248
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Christology
  • Publisher Banner Of Truth
  • Publication Date Aug 2013
  • Sales Rank 91625
  • Dimensions 218 x 144 x 25mm
  • Weight 0.447kg

Hugh Martin

Hugh Martin (1822-85) was a Scottish theologian, the author of The Abiding Presence, originally published in the nineteenth century under the title Christ's Presence in the Gospel History. He became the first preacher in the new denomination of the Free Church of Scotland. He also wrote The Athonement, and The Shadow of Calvary. Hugh Martin was described as a warm hearted theologian who was a mentor to Chalmers, Bonar, and McCheyne.

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